13 Responses

  1. CDKing
    CDKing at |

    It will be nice to have the planes flying over my condo again on approach. Its been very quiet since the last carrier DirectAir (charter company) went bankrupt several months ago.

  2. CDKing
    CDKing at |

    We just call it the Woo

  3. Hutch
    Hutch at |

    Wustah hell ya

  4. mark
    mark at |

    Is this really a post?

  5. Noah Kimmel
    Noah Kimmel at |

    the public wants it, but will they fill planes?

    Even with all e190 service, they gotta get a lot of people per day (presumably going to Florida-FLL/MCO/RSW), likely need at least 3 or 4 flights (total) to make service worthwhile. Would it eat into PVD/BOS service?

  6. Deirdre
    Deirdre at |

    Now that’s funny.

  7. Ucanflyfree2
    Ucanflyfree2 at |

    I went to School in Worster too. Love it if Jetblue would do that

  8. Jon
    Jon at |

    Listen to this old Adam Sandler clip to get it right:

  9. Solar
    Solar at |

    ORH has been working on some significant upgrades over the past few years as well. It’s designed to be a backup to Logan in case of emergency.

  10. CDKing
    CDKing at |

    The previous carrier only flew a few flights a week. It started by running a few of Virgin America’s A320’s and slowly downgraded to MD-80 before its eventual demise. I’m not so sure how long B6 would last.

  11. Damyon
    Damyon at |

    Here in eastern Montgomery County, PA there is a Worcester. The locals pronounce it Wor-ses-ter

  12. Howie
    Howie at |

    Woostah
    The Woo
    Woo Town
    The Armpit of New England

    The last time I flew through ORH was in the late 80s from LGA until that service ended and I shifted to the Trump Shuttle and later the US Air Shuttle out of Terminal A.

    I remember being the only passenger on more than a few of these flights.